Person:Mary Walker (200)

Watchers
Mary Walker
d.bef. 1755
m. 7 JAN 1701/02
  1. Elizabeth Walker1703 - 1787
  2. John Walker, III1705 - 1776
  3. James Walker1706/07 - 1793
  4. Thomas Walker1709 - ABT 1710
  5. William Walker1711 - ABT 1712
  6. Jane Walker1712 - 1793
  7. Samuel Walker, of Natural Bridge1714 - 1793
  8. Alexander Walker1716 - ABT 1784
  9. Esther Walker1720 - ABT 1721
  10. Joseph Walker1722 - 1806
  11. Mary Walker1724 - bef 1755
Facts and Events
Name Mary Walker
Gender Female
Birth? 1724 County Down, Ireland
Death? bef. 1755
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Source

Source:White, 1902:3

Issues

Image:Red Flag.jpg Mary is sometimes identified as the daughter of John Walker II, and as the husband of William Patterson. This is highly conjectural, and probably unfounded

According to White 1902:

Mary Walker, no account of her, but one source states that she d. young. Shee may have been the Mary Walker who m. John Montgomery, of the Revolution, and aftet his d. she m. a William Patterson; she lived to be 104 years of age.

The following from Source:Chalkley's Chronicles

Vol. 1 - MARCH, 1769 (A). - Fowler vs. Skidmore.--Bill in Chancery, filed 1764-5. John Fowler and Margaret, his wife, William Patterson and Mary, his wife, Patrick Quinn and Jane, his wife, which said Margaret, Mary and Jane, together with Sarah, since intermarried with James Skidmore, were sisters and co-heirs of Randolph McDonald of Augusta County, deceased, against James Skidmore and Sarah, his wife. Randolph died intestate unmarried and without children. Randolph's mother was Janet McDonald. Randolph was 26 years old when he died.

shows that William's wife was indeed a "Mary", but identifies her as McDonald. White's speculation is a tertiary source, based on unidentified secondary sources. The item from Chalkley's Chronicles is based on court records, and carries far greater credence.